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  208.410.  Volunteers to be given priority — publicity or recruitment program — persons excused from participation — pretermination hearing required before loss of benefits or services as sanction for nonparticipation — rules and regulations, sanctions. — 1.  The division, in determining the priority of participation by individuals, shall give priority to volunteers as described in section 201 of P.L. 100-485.

  2.  The state plan for the job opportunities and basic skills training program shall include a publicity or recruitment program the goal of which shall be to ensure that volunteers for participation in the job opportunities and basic skills training program are served first and are given preference for available education, training and support services.

  3.  Any recipient who has a child under three years of age living in the home and is personally providing care for the child shall be exempt from required participation in the JOBS program.

  4.  Prior to the termination of any benefits or supportive services of a participant by the division as a sanction authorized pursuant to the provisions of this section, the participant shall be afforded a pretermination hearing, on the record, with an opportunity for the participant to be heard.

  5.  No person shall without good cause, as such term is defined in Public Law 100-485 and regulations defined thereunder, refuse services offered by the division pursuant to this section.  The division may, by rule and regulation, provide sanctions against any person who violates the provisions of this subsection.  Sanctions shall be consistent with the provisions of Title II, Section 201 of the Family Support Act of 1988.

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(L. 1989 1st Ex. Sess. H.B. 2 § 3, A.L. 1994 H.B. 1547 & 961)


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